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I shoot gold tips right now. if i would upgrade i get Easton axis! but those gold tips shoot really good for my bow. so find an arrow that shoots good out of your bow.

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The ones that are properly spined from a tuned bow!

Yep, good answer! Most arrows sold today are far better than most of us shooting them.

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i shoot gold tips but find the best arrow that is suited for you not the one the guy behind the counter pushes you toward or the most expensive.

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I used Easton carbon injection arrows last year and I thought they were pretty amazing. They have better penetration, shot them next to other top brands and penetration was better. I thought they were a awesome arrow but they are expensive.

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I have and still shoot Goldtips for target league, but I stepped up to buying Carbon Express Blue Streaks to guide the Rage's this fall.

They have a little stiffer spline and seem to react better in flight.

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love my full metal jackets

I love mine also,however they will bend. I'm sticking with them till turkey season is done and then I will probably switch to a full carbon shaft before Mt antelope. I can't afford a mess up with Donbo in the same hunting camp as me eek

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I can't afford a mess up with Donbo in the same hunting camp as me eek

Don't put me on a pedastal any taller than I deserve. blush Did I mention the MONSTER goat I missed the first time on this trip? shocked Come to think of it, that may have been the second one I missed that week. frown

BTW, I'm pretty sure the arrow had nothing to do with either of those shots. whistle

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That brings to mind another point. Target shooters often pick "Fat Boy" arrows to cut more lines and add points to their totals.

On this antelope hunt, I'll pick a much smaller diameter arrow with small broadheads or possibly mechanicals so I can use the smaller Blazer Vanes for less wind resistance on longer shots out on the prairie where wind is always a factor.

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I hear ya Don and you cant get much smaller then the Full metal jackets and blazers I'm shooting now plus I have been shooting the 3 blade rage practice heads out to 80 yards last weekend with awesome results.

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